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Peter Sarsgaard with Beard

No, no, no! Don’t get me wrong. I have always been on team facial hair but this is a bit much. Usually a bit of scruff on a man is like the tiny icing sugar flower on top of a delicious cupcake but when you overdo it, you’ll destroy the delicate taste! One of my earliest candidates for a husband, Peter Sarsgaard seen here with uhm, someone, looks like he has been living in a cave for 6 months and surviving on small reptiles. Peter knew I’d hit him regardless but that doesn’t mean that he can grow a rain forest on his face!

Click here for his shirtless scene in “Kinsey” where he passionately kissed Liam Neeson and vice versa. Hotness.

  • DoverDavid

    It could use a bit of a trim I would have to admit.

  • Zizzy

    Ewww…not a good look on him. Keep the beard full or the hair, but not both…

  • rodmdz

    I don’t care… I’d hit him anyway. Of course I would slip something in his drink and trim his facial hair while he’s asleep, but I would hit him for sure.

  • KarmaLysing

    With that whole “ZZ TOPP” thang he has going on there, he looks remarkably like Keifer Sutherland did at the beginning of Season Six of “24”… LOL…

  • dave

    Peter is in a play on B’way by Chekov (sp), think the title is “The Seagull”

    Still hot, specially naked, see “Kinsey” where he locks lips with Liam Neesom (who is hung like a large horse)

    Not so with Peter, but still doable

  • Ron

    I don’t like it! He looks better without any facial hair!

  • WarpedRecord

    Oy vey! Peter looks like a rabbi here, but I wouldn’t turn him down.

  • I’d still do him. Though yes, I do prefer the Center of the World/The Dying Gaul/Year of the Dog look a lot more.

  • loudrockmusic

    I’m SO into that beard. It comes off, you know!

  • Patrick

    Trim it! He looked hot in “The Dying Gaul”

  • Schoeneberger

    Chekhov, that makes sense … for a moment I thought he was in rehearsals for Rasputin: The Musical. I would definitely do the clean-shaven Peter.

  • Schoeneberger, ROFL

  • robert

    In the movie “Kinsey” Neesom wanted to appear nude as Sarsgaard did, but wasn’t allowed. Reason? The aforementioned horse-like equipment. Argument: way too distracting if not almost X-rated. Mr. Sarsgaard’s equivalent is more demure. Sure is. The pubic hair, of which there is a considerable amount, all but conceals it.

  • This makes me feel the way I hope I really am.

  • “surviving on small reptiles”.. tehe!!!

    no, I don’t like it either.


  • ****

    Well, considering that he is a closeted homosexual, the fact that he’s sporting a beard, doesn’t surprise me in the least.

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